Calling all French-Canadians, the town of Burlington, Vt. is now speaking your language. Well, it’s not so much speaking, as it is posting signs in French and English around the busy border town.
The move is part of a “resolution of French friendliness” the town passed to welcome French-speaking tourists, according to the Toronto Sun. The motion passed by city council over the weekend saw 700 bilingual stickers added to the city’s parking meters by The Alliance Française of the Lake Champlain Region, a chapter of a world-wide association that promotes French culture.
“Just a little bit of accommodation here and there with a parking meter sticker or a few words in French as you greet them, really makes that visitor feel at home,” Linda Pervier with the Alliance Francaise told local news station WCAX.com.